1. An effective SAFe Scrum Master elevates people problems with strict confidence to the appropriate levels when necessary, but only after what has happened?
2. What are two common anti-patterns during PI Planning? (Choose two)
3. Cadence and Synchronization help reduce uncertainty and manage what?
4. What falls outside the Scrum Master's responsibility?
5. How does SAFe handle the "fear of conflict" team dysfunction?
6. What does SAFe's CALMR approach apply to?
7. An effective SAFe Scrum Master helps the team improve in areas including quality, predictability, flow, and where else?
8. What foundational issue most often leads to team dysfunction?
9. What is an IP Iteration anti-pattern?
10. How can a Scrum Master support a Problem-Solving Workshop?
11. Why is a confidence vote held at the end of PI Planning?
12. What is a characteristic of an effective Scrum Master
13. The Scrum Master is what above all else?
14. Becoming a coach requires a shift from old behaviours to new ones. What are the two examples of new coaching behaviours? (Choose two)
15. The Scrum Master role includes traditional Scrum team leadership and responsibilities to which other group?
16. What is accomplished in the first part of the PI Planning meeting?
17. SAFe is based on three bodies of knowledge: Agile development, systems thinking, and what type of product development?
18. What is one responsibility of a SAFe Scrum Master?
19. What does transparency mean in a Scrum environment?
20. The goal of Lean is to deliver the maximum customer value in the shortest sustainable lead time while providing what else?
21. When working with an agile team, what is expected from Product Management?
22. When a Feature hypothesis is fully evaluated?
23. When looking at a program board, what does it mean when a feature is placed in a team's swim lane with no strings?
24. Which Agile Manifesto principle describes the importance of PI Planning in SAFe?
25. What are two outputs of iteration planning? (Choose two)
26. What is an example of SAFe Scrum Master Servant leader behavior?
27. PI Objectives summarize data into meaningful information that enhances alignment and provides what outcome?
28. What are two SAFe primary opportunities for driving relentless improvement? (Choose two)
29. What is the goal of the Scrum of Scrums Event?
30. What is the key Scrum Master responsibility when estimating stories?
31. Which activity is a Scrum Master's responsibility?
32. During PI Planning, who owns feature priorities?
33. At the end of the first Iteration, the team finishes user stories A, B, and 50% OF C. The story sizes are set at these points: Story A = 8 points, Story B = 1 point, Story C = 5 points, Story D = 3 points. What is the teams Velocity?
34. What is one of the Scum Master's responsibilities during the IP iteration?
35. Why is it important for the Scrum Master to help the team focus on daily and iteration goals?
36. Which two practices are recommended in SAFe for root cause analysis? (Choose two)
37. When is Iteration Planning Completed?
38. Which team dysfunction does SAFe help address with the help of stockholders?
39. Why is it important for a Scrum Master to be a servant leader?
40. Which two actions are part of the Scrum Master's role in Pi Planning? (Choose two)
41. What is the purpose of Iterations and Program Increments?
42. How does the Scrum Master provide the most value to the team?
43. Scrum masters are effective by using scrum methods, supporting safe principles and practices and what else?
44. What three attributes summarize DevOps?
45. What is the basis for most team conflicts?
46. An effective SAFe scrum master helps the team improve on their journey towards excellence through continuous integration, continuous development and what else?
47. An effective Safe scrum master is a team-based servant leader who helps the team do what?
48. When does the plan-do-check-adjust cycle occur in scrum?
49. Who commits to the plan at the end of iteration planning?
50. A servant leader knows that his or her own growth comes from what?
51. What are two critical areas that differentiate agile from waterfall dev?
52. Good coaches do not give people the answer, but instead they do what?
53. What is one time when a scrum master participates but does not necessarily facilitate?
54. What is the name of the event where all team members determine how much of the team's backlog they can commit to delivering during an upcoming iteration?
55. What are two good scrum master facilitation practices?
56. During PI planning, which two tasks are part of the scrum master's role in the first team breakout?
57. Participating in PI planning enables teams to gain alignment and commitment around a clear set of what?
58. In SAFe, who owns the decision for releasing changes into production?
59. During PI planning who owns the planning of stories into iterations?